We have new class of Battle Rap Fans that appreciate the culture.
We now can extend gratitude to Fight Klub Rap Battle , Ultimate Rap League, Lionz Den
for being the blue print of the Battle Rap Empire that has taken over in our culture and reached every ethnic group, country, and has expanded the culture.
You will revisit or be introduced to battles that are legendary and still debated upon right now!
I don’t have to even mention names…
We will pay homage to Grind Time and show case rap Legends, Arsonal Da Rebel, and Conceited’s earlier rap battles.
We will revisit battles with the late Tall T and earlier battles with Legends Murda Mook and Iron Solomon!
I have witnessed this before and I understand emotions are higher during a rap battle while adrenaline is passing through the system.
Preparation has to be a difficult task, due to the pressure of reciting and timing for your place on stage.
So why do we witness rappers loosing cool on the stage?
The gang members religion is his gang is their religion and you would have had a lighter response if you cursed God, or their child.
Chess did not touch you.
You have the capacity to reach everyone in the world with battle rap, if you leave the buffoonery at home, but those damn colors out-shined K-Shine.
No one better say that it was a reason for that stupidity, but living that street mentality in the street and providing an art form to the masses.
K-Shine and DNA had a classic battle and K-Shine also garnered respect for his Tsu Surf battle also feature on the URL Stage.
Now, what happens to the culture?
The culture has been infiltrated by the different gang affiliations and the pride inside is lost due to the self-taught homage that we give way to, and the cultural significance that we seem to ignore.
This moment in battle history pushes the negative racist agenda that battle rap is attempting to erase in the physical form, without physical harm.
Of course, we let those damn street colors over ride our mental development and pride and turn a legendary tag team battle to legendary embarrassment to the culture.
K-Shine, you better than this. It was no reason to launch at that man, considering the fact that Arsonal Da Rebel was in your face nose to nose the entire battle insulting everyone in your family, neighborhood, and your gang.
Arsonal went in on you, over and over again and you kept cool.
K-Shine you battle all the time, and you going to touch the smallest and maybe the
youngest person in URL battle rap history.
Chess said, “Blood, I will take your food.”
DAMMIT you in a battle, you are suppose to insult each other.
Again, Chess did not touch you.
You put all your hard work and everything you have built with your namesake aside to pay homage to outside mess that mentality should have been left outside and you cheated your fans, including me.
What can be said about Tsu Surf?
Of course, it depends on who you ask?
Tsu Surf has undeniable skills, and immaculate delivery.
I am a Battle Rap Junkie.
When my best friend stops by, he always says”You watching that AGAIN?”
I don’t care what anyone says, Battle Rap is a sport!
Tsunami Surf is highly disrespectful while Battle Rap, but that is part of the formula.
Tsu is very
humble and respectful and intelligent.
Tay Roc has what it takes to be top 5, but people can’t envision the Baltimore native at the top of the game. Tay Roc and his money schemes are mind boggling. In a Tay Roc scheme he will put whoever the hell he wants on the face of a fifty dollar bill. No, I mean he will have a scheme with anybody on the bill.